Now here is a handset that paranoid androids will definitely fall in love with – the Quasar IV Cipherphone from the folks over at QSAlpha. The Quasar IV Cipherphone is said to deliver unprecedented security, and it is hoped that the Indiegogo campaign will be able to raise the necessary funds to bring this particular idea to life. All of your calls, messages, email, and even files that you store on the cloud, will remain protected thanks to the QSAlpha’s patent-pending Quatrix trusted authentication technology.
The Quasar IV Cipherphone will be powered by the Android operating system, and hopefully the high-security ecosystem known as QuaWorks will be able to prevent your personal data from falling into the wrong hands, and yes, even the government machinery. Quatrix, the proprietary encryption technology of the QuaWorks ecosystem, will work by generating a pair of public and private keys for each user from 16^16^4 three-dimensional matrices, where it will then certify the user’s unique identity and protect the transmission of information. There are 1,077 public and private key pairs available, allowing Quatrix to offer digital identities for everyone comfortably. The Quasar IV cipherphone and QuaWorks ecosystem are tipped to debut in April next year. No idea on pricing details just yet, but chances are it will not come as cheap as what one would expect.
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